Join us for these fine pre-holiday events at Tay Tea, 159 Main Street in Delhi NY! Directions. Tay Tea cocktails and hot tea will be served along with tea-infused baked goods. We'll eat, drink, and be merry while we learn how to live tea-infused lives of beauty and well-being!

*Suggested donation for events is $25. To register, email

Sunday December 4th, 2-4 pm
Ageless BeautyJoin us for this fabulous skincare workshop taught by Taylor Foster and Lauren Raba. They will be discussing herbs, essential oils and plant based skin care. Hand blended teas and baked goods will be served. Take home a salt scrub and white pine oil.
Suggested donation: $25. Please register with Space is limited.


Saturday December 10th, 5–7 pm

Marguerite Uhlmann-Bower Get ahead of the season with an informative evening of herbal and plant based wellness strategies for every day living at Tay Tea in Delhi, NY.  Join expert Herbalist and R.N. Marguerite Uhlmann-Bower for an evening Q&A on plant -based health and wellness recipes; what it means to live through the seasons; what are the critical foods and superior herbs; or, any other question that may come up for you about herbs, weeds or wellness. Return home with a renewed sense of living healthfully using herbs as food for you and your family. 

We'll treat you to delicious tea- infused cocktails, mocktails and enticing vegetarian appetizers.

Suggested donation: $25. Please register with Space is limited.


Saturday December 17th, 3–5 pm

The Japanese kimono is celebrated worldwide for its elegant, distinctive silhouette. Though quintessentially Japanese, the kimono form has influenced fashion designers around the globe. Spend the afternoon with guest speaker, author curator & kimono collector Annie Van Assche .

An exquisite collection of vintage kimonos from the 1920s–1960s for men and women will be available for sale as well as Annie's book Fashioning Kimono: Art Deco and Modernism in Japan. Green tea and sake will be served.
Suggested Donation: $25. Please register with Space is limited.

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